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Feature Films
by Florenz Ziegfeld
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From the Wikipedia entry for "Glorifying the American Girl": "Glorifying the American Girl is a 1929 musical comedy film produced by Florenz Ziegfeld that highlights Ziegfeld Follies performers. The last third of the film (which was filmed in early Technicolor) is basically a Follies production, with cameo appearances by Rudy Vallee, Helen Morgan and Eddie Cantor. The script for the film was written by J.P. McEvoy and Millard Webb and directed by John W. Harkrider and Millard...
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Topics: Comedy, Drama, Musical
Feature Films
by Alexander Esway
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In this satire of British-American relations, Edward G. Robinson stars as Dan Armstrong, a hard-sell American salesman whose company sends him to England to learn how to tone down his act. There he meets some distant relatives, the aristocrats Sir Peter and Lady Challoner (Arthur Wontner and Annie Esmond). They invite him to their mansion for the weekend, where among the house guests are the penniless aristocrats the Duke and Duchess of Glenavon (Nigel Bruce and Constance Collier ) and their...
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Topics: Comedy, Drama, Romance, Edward G. Robinson, Basil Rathbone
Short Format Films
by Pat Casey
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The Stolen Jools is a short comedy film made in 1931. It features many cameo appearances by the film stars of the day. They appeared to help raise funds for the National Variety Artists tuberculosis sanitarium. This film is also known by the name The Slippery Pearls. Cast: * Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. * Buster Keaton * Stan Laurel * Oliver Hardy * Barbara Stanwyck * Joan Crawford * Edward Robinson * Gary Cooper * Maurice Chevalier * Norma Shearer * Eddie Kane * Dorothy Lee * Loretta Young * Wallace...
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Topics: Comedy, Short
78 RPMs and Cylinder Recordings
by popularjazzarchive.blogspot.com; The Popular Jazz Archive
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eye 23,586
favorite 31
comment 7
If you enjoy this collection please consider helping our other 1920's and 1930's artists projects. You can find a list of projects that are incomplete at: Incomplete Discographies of 1920's 1930's Artists For a list of our already complete collections of 1920's and 1930's artists see: Complete Discographies of 1920's 1930's Artists Hit of the Week Collection 1930-1932 (COMPLETE) UPDATED January 2018 Hit of the Week records were a well-produced unbreakable laminated cardboard 78 that sold for...
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Topics: Hit of the Week, 78rpm, Durium, PJA-Complete
Source: 78
Feature Films
by William A. Berke
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comment 3
You can find more information regarding this film on its IMDb page .
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Ourmedia
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The friendship between two orphans endures even though they grow up on opposite sides of the law and fall in love with the same woman. Orphans Edward "Blackie" Gallagher and Jim Wade are lifelong friends who take different paths in life. Blackie thrives on gambling and grows up to be a hard-nosed racketeer. Bookworm Wade becomes a D.A. vying for the Governorship. When Blackie's girlfriend Eleanor leaves him and marries the more down to earth Wade, Blackie harbors no resentment. In...
Old Time Radio
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(111 Episodes) "Father Knows Best," with Robert Young as father, is an Old Time Radio Situation Comedy, broadcast during the early to mid 1950s. Depicting the 'typical American' household, the radio show had a strong following and it went on very (I might add) successfully to television, becoming as popular as a 1950s and 1960s B/W TV sitcom, as was its radio counterpart! (NBC & CBS) Primarily sponsored by Maxwell House Coffee.... "Your father thinks it's the best (coffee),...
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Topics: Old Time Radio, OTR Sitcom, OTR Comedy, * Robert Young, OTRadio NBC, OTRadio CBS